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dissect

[də′sekt]
(biology)
To divide, cut, and separate into different parts.
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Discussions about the dissection that occur between the readers and dissectors help both to integrate the information from the lecture with the structures seen in the cadavers.
Typical instruments include a laminectomy Rongeur and various styles of curettes, tapered suction tubes, elevators, dissectors, retractors, Capener gouges, nerve hooks and nerve root retractors.
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A full selection of the most popular patterns of precision Graspers, Dissectors, Scissors, Needle Holders, Biopsy, and Specialty instruments are available.
The HandTact[TM] Instrument Set, a group of lightweight, palm-sized laparoscopic scissors, dissectors, and graspers, is specifically designed for surgeons to use with their non-dominant hand during hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery (HALS).
5) Staple or dissectors or clamps or forceps or endoscopic linkers (5 Unit)